The Art of Darkness

Urban Legends at Shellhawk’s Nest

October 23rd, 2012 by Cobwebs

Every October over at Shellhawk’s Nest, the eponymous Shellhawk solicits guest posts on a particular theme. This year the theme is favorite urban legends. I’m one of the guest bloggers, so if you want to find out what passes for “horrifying” in my neck of the woods, you can read it here. (Spoiler: It isn’t very horrifying.)


p.s. – Don’t forget that All Hallow’s Read starts this week! Spooky books for everybody!

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5 Responses

  1. Sisifo Says:

    “I’ve been ripped off.” Not gonna lie, you have. I should post about ours. His name is Hyrum Smith and he has nothing to do with the LDS church. I’ll let you know if I get it up. It’s pretty cool.

  2. Terri Says:

    We had the infamous “clown van” in my area.
    http://www.masscrossroads.com/clowns

    The bunny thing is really weird!

  3. Sisifo Says:

    Although I should add, probably not true in the least.
    The idea of the Easter Bunny is starting to creep me out…
    Dangit. {:

  4. WitchArachne Says:

    I thought about it for a bit. And then a bit more. And I realised that my area has no urban legends. Not a single one.
    I even tried googling for one and the best I could come up with was “gluten free beer is an urban legend.”
    And you think you’ve been ripped off.

  5. Sisifo Says:

    Hyrum’s up if you’re interested.
    Four Little Renners

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